Saturday, December 10, 2011

Silly Saturday: Geometric Hallows (???)

Disclaimer: This post is not meant for those who haven't read Harry Potter.


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8 comments:

Abhiroop Banerjee said...

Wingardium pumpkinosa. Makes bloggers levitate.

Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

:)

avdi said...

Haha. If the teacher happens to be a Potter fan, he could get marks for this.

Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

Hehehehe! He could... you're right! I would give him marks if I were the teacher :p

Sreesha Divakaran said...

Hehehhe, I thought about this too while reading the book, that I've seen something similar in Geometry. Even the circle had a name (we had to draw it for a project; that's why I remember :P)

Chicky said...

Sreesha! You actually remembered this from Geometry while reading the series? :O :O :O Was it your favorite subject in school?

Mithila Menezes said...

The dotted line is called an altitude! Yayayaya, I remember my tenth standard geometry.. (That's not particularly difficult, coz I just gave the exam last year! :-P )

Potterheads can see Hogwarts in every broken castle, ain't it? #PotterheadsUnite

Chicky said...

Hahahaha! Very true, Mithila. "Potterheads can see Hogwarts in every broken castle" :D

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